Writer and Director Paul Krik answered a few questions about his film Able Danger in an e-mail interview with Foreign Policy Journal.Read More
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The government perpetually lies to the public about important issues. The mainstream media dutifully serve to manufacture consent for criminal policies. I free people's minds by exposing state propaganda intended to keep them in servitude to the politically and financially powerful. My writings empower readers with the knowledge to see through the deceptions and fight for a better future, for ourselves, our children, and future generations of humanity. I'm an independent political analyst, journalist, publisher and editor of Foreign Policy Journal, and author of several books. I'm also a writing coach who helps bloggers and journalists communicate their ideas more effectively to make a greater positive impact. Stay updated with my work by signing up for my free newsletter at JeremyRHammond.com. To learn more about my writing coaching program, click here.
The underlying assumption in the argument that association with Rashid Khalidi or his views on the Israel-Palestinian conflict is worthy of criticism is itself, by its own standard, inherently racist.Read More
Whichever leading candidate wins the 2008 election, the there is little indication that U.S. policy will shift away significantly from using military force in Afghanistan and Pakistan, which is increasingly being recognized by international experts not as a solution, but part of the problem.Read More
Last month, Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said in an interview that Israel must withdraw from the occupied territories. A closer look, however, reveals that his remarks are not anything dramatically different from what other Israeli leaders have said. Nor is it any consideration for international law or concern about the rights of the Palestinian people that is driving any potential shift in Israeli policy.Read More
An analysis that dissects an argument proposed by prominent neoconservative Robert Kagan in the journal Foreign Affairs in which he essentially suggests that a return to a Cold War-like paradigm would benefit U.S. foreign policy.Read More
While the U.S. presidential candidates both suggest an increase in military forces as the solution for the conflict in Afghanistan, allies and even the U.S. Defense Secretary have agreed that a political solution involving engaging in diplomacy with the Taliban is necessary.Read More